There has been a lot of talk about wearable devices in recent years, but where exactly are these gadgets hiding?
New technology that transforms previously static GPS (global-positioning system) data into actionable information that triggers work orders within a maintenance and asset-management application is heralded in an announcement of a new strategic partnership between Maintenance Assistant, www.maintenanceassistant.com, and ZenduIT Corp., http://zenduit.com.
As breaches become common alongside a developing IoT (Internet of Things), a well-known leader in security and software is joining the NCSA (Natl. Cyber Security Alliance), www.staysafeonline.org, as a means to increase and secure citizen data.
The ability for enterprises to efficiently collect, integrate, sort, and distribute data is key to taking advantage of today’s connected world.
In the next few weeks, the mobile-payment space will further diversify. Samsung Electronics Co., www.samsung.com, recently unveiled the U.S. launch date for Samsung Pay, the company’s mobile-payment service, and it’s soon: September 28.
When the Boise Police Dept., www.boisepolice.org, decided to upgrade its cruiser fleet’s legacy technology, it was because the system was outdated, expensive, and difficult to maintain.
The IoT (Internet of Things) world now has smartphone gaming drones, and a strategic partnership between OriginGPS, www.origingps.com, and TobyRich, www.tobyrich.com.
One goal the entire IoT (Internet of Things) community shares is making sure security is where it needs to be so that end users are as protected as possible.